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A Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering provides an educational program that is high quality, academically challenging and career-enriching by maintaining a balance between theoretical and experimental aspects of computer engineering, as well as a core competency in the fundamental aspects of an engineering-oriented paradigm.
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering has been ABET-accredited since 2006 and educates students about engineering computer software to interact with computer systems and hardware components.
In the master's program, you have the option of selecting a master's thesis or selecting coursework to complement your career goals. You can also select a specialization area in consultation with a major professor and the graduate coordinator.
You'll be able to work closely with distinguished faculty members to solve complex problems faced by businesses and consumers. The department has a working relationship with local and national companies, and its Industrial Advisory Board is composed of representatives from high-tech firms.
UNT is committed to excellence in teaching. We invest in leading faculty members who partner with students on many research projects.
Faculty research is supported through grants from federal and state institutions and private industry, including the:
Classes and research are conducted at Discovery Park, a 300-acre facility located five miles north of the main campus. In addition to instructional facilities with cutting-edge equipment, the department supports numerous centers and research laboratories that offer unlimited possibilities for study and research.
The department offers comprehensive research that focuses on: